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In the linear equation y is greater than negative three x plus 1, what is the direction of the shaded area in relation to the line graphed?
a) Up b) Down c) The whole graph is shaded. d) None of the graph is shaded.
In the linear equation y is less than 1/2 x minus 4, which direction of the shaded area in relation to the line graphed?
a) Down b) Up c) The whole graph is shaded. d) None of the graph is shaded.
In the linear equation y is greater than negative seven x plus 5, what is the direction of the line?
a) The line is moving down from left to right. b) The line is moving up from left to right. c) The line is horizontal. d) The line is vertical.
In the linear equation y is less than four x plus 2, what type of line is graphed?
a) Dotted b) Solid c) squiggly d) None of the above.
In the linear equation y is less than four x plus 2, what is the direction of the line?
a) The line is moving up from left to right. b) The line is moving down from left to right. c) The line is horizontal. d) The line is verticle.
In the linear equation, y = 3x + 2, what is the y-intercept?
a) b = 2 b) b = 3 c) b = 1 d) None of the above.
What is the slope-intercept form of a linear equation?
a) y = mx + b b) Ax + By = c c) x = 5 d) None of the above.
In the linear equation y = 3x + 2, what is the slope?
a) m = 3 b) m = 2 c) m = 1 d) None of the above.
What is the Standard Form of a linear equation?
a) Ax + By = C b) y = mx + b c) x = 5 d) None of the above.
In the linear equation y is greater than or equal to x minus 7, what type of line is graphed?
a) Solid b) Dotted c) horizontal d) vertical
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